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Episode 133: Freddie Leaves the Yard
On this week's episode, we begin by discussing clutch hits by Cody Bellinger and Freddie Freeman that led to the Dodgers-Braves NLCS matchup, and sent the Giants and Brewers home for the winter. From there, we discuss the Red Sox-Astros ALCS rematch, Mike Schildt's surprise firing as manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, housing being provided for minor-league baseball players beginning in 2022, a new potential streaming service for MLB, Carter Hawkins being named GM of the Cubs, and the new qualifying offer total for this offseason.
Episode 132: Red Sox Rise Above
On this week's episode, we begin by discussing each Wild Card Game matchups, which saw the Red Sox eliminate the Yankees 6-2, and the Dodgers eliminate the Cardinals 3-1 on a walk-off home run by Chris Taylor. From there, we discuss the Red Sox upset of the Rays in one ALDS matchup, the Astros sending home the White Sox in four games in the other ALDS matchup, and a series of strong pitching performances in the Braves-Brewers, and Dodgers-Giants NLDS matchups. To wrap up, we discuss the new managerial opening for the Mets, a pair of extensions for the Rockies, and who should take over in the Sunday Night Baseball booth.
Episode 131: And It All Comes Down To This
On this week's episode, we begin by discussing the incredible end to the 2021 MLB regular season, where four teams competed on the last day of the season for the AL Wild Card spots, and the NL West came down to the wire between the Dodgers and Giants. From there, we discuss our picks for the 2021 postseason, BBWA awards, and the All-MLB team, and discuss extensions for Adam Wainwright and Michael A. Taylor, Jayce Tingler's rumored firing as manager of the Padres, and Bill Schmidt becoming the full time GM in Colorado.
Episode 130: Busting Out the Brooms in Fenway
On this week's episode, we begin by previewing the final week of the 2021 MLB season, and making our picks for who will occupy the remaining playoff spots, and take home award hardware at season's end. From there, we discuss a huge sweep by the Yankees at Fenway Park over the weekend, the Cardinals sixteen-game winning streak, extensions for David Bell in Cincinnati and Torey Lovullo in Arizona, a dust up between the Rays and Blue Jays over a dropped positioning card, and new, tacked baseball being tried out at the AAA level this season.
Episode 129: See Those Red Birds Fly
On this week's episode, we begin by discussing the surging St. Louis Cardinals, who have rode a nine-game winning streak into the second NL Wild Card spot. From there, we discuss Salvador Perez's record-setting power, tight award races in both leagues, the Padres collapses and televised internal fighting, Roberto Clemente Day, a wild game between the Phillies and Cubs at Citizens Bank Park, protests by Mets and Phillies minor leaguers, and statistics surrounding pitch clocks, and the cost of tickets across baseball this season.
Episode 128: Mad Max Burnes Baby Burnes
On this week's episode, we begin by discussing Max Scherzer becoming the 19th pitcher to join the 3000 strikeout club with eight innings of one-hit ball against the Dodgers. From there, we discuss Corbin Burnes (14 strikeouts) and Josh Hader's combined no-hitter in a 3-0 win against the Indians, the induction of the 2020 class into the Baseball Hall of Fame, front office promotions by the Rays and Royals, a historic offensive series by the Blue Jays against the Orioles, and a Subway Series that included a moving tribute on 9/11, and a near brawl the day after.
Wonderful podcast. Bryce and Chase have incredible takes. That Bryce guy sure seems like he lives a cool life, getting a job at a bar and stuff.
Wonderful podcast. Although, I am not a fan of the Noah Levine narration slander. His voice is beautiful.
Madorsky is great. Specter has a trash fantasy team